Afternoon Update: Stock Markets Fall Again as Upheaval Continues

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Traders confronted a volatile morning at the New York Stock Exchange on Monday.

Stock Markets Fall Again as Upheaval Continues

By NATHANIEL POPPER and NEIL GOUGH

The global market turmoil intensifies in Asia, Europe and the United States, with the Dow down nearly 700 points in late afternoon trading.

Pedestrians in Tokyo looking at closing information for Tokyo's Nikkei Stock Average, after stocks there ended down more than 4 percent, a six-month low.

The Upshot

Why the Stock Market Is So Turbulent

By NEIL IRWIN

This turmoil started in China, but it now includes key factors like oil prices, emerging markets and the Federal Reserve.

Migrants waited after being detained by Hungarian police on Sunday after crossing the Serbia-Hungary border outside Asotthalom, Hungary.

Migrants Push Toward Hungary as a Border Fence Rises

By ALISON SMALE

On a chaotic path through the Balkans, tens of thousands of migrants are pushing to reach northern Serbia before Hungary seals the border.

Esther Joseph's home was damaged by floods during Hurricane Katrina. Her home, in the Lower Ninth Ward in New Orleans, was still being rebuilt in May.

Racially Disparate Views of New Orleans’ Recovery After Hurricane Katrina

By CAMPBELL ROBERTSON

A survey found a stark divide among black and white residents over the local economy, the state of schools and the quality of life 10 years after Hurricane Katrina.

From left: President François Hollande, Alek Skarlatos, Spencer Stone and Anthony Sadler at the Élysée Palace in Paris on Monday.

Americans and Briton Receive Top French Honor for Stopping Train Gunman

By AURELIEN BREEDEN

President François Hollande awarded the Legion of Honor to four men for their role in subduing a gunman on a high-speed train.

.  Watch: Train Heroes Honored
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Gaza appears in the distance from a sunflower field near Israel's Nahal Oz, a kibbutz.

Israeli Villages Near Gaza Rebound Warily Year After the War

By ISABEL KERSHNER

As new families move in and development plans are made, residents of kibbutzes near the border live with apprehension about the possibility of another conflict.

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A trader at the New York Stock Exchange on Friday. The Dow Jones industrial average dropped 3.1 percent on the day and the Standard & Poor's 500-stock index fell below the 2,000 mark.

Advice After Stock Market Drop: Take Some Deep Breaths, and Don’t Do a Thing

By RON LIEBER

The market is experiencing a plunge, but don’t panic. Here are six pieces of advice to help get you through this unstable period.

Bill Gurley, a prominent venture capitalist:

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Hot Tech Start-Ups May Face a Long and Bumpy Fall

By KATIE BENNER

The worldwide market gyrations will filter down to Silicon Valley, with start-ups that need cash likely to be the first to undergo tougher scrutiny.

Timothy D. Cook, Apple's chief executive, during a trip to China in May.

Apple Stock Recovers After Tim Cook Email Praises China Sales

By BRIAN X. CHEN

The chief executive of Apple said business was booming in China, where the company has long laid the groundwork to reap big sales.

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